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Paper Session 2: Treatment
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Jennifer Wildes
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Presentations
(1) USING DIGITAL HEALTH TECHNOLOGY TO IMPROVE SKILL UTILIZATION AND ACQUISITION IN CBT
Adrienne S Juarascio1,2, Emily Presseller1,2, Paakhi Srivastava1, Stephanie Manasse1, Evan Forman1. 1Well Center, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, USA 2Department of Psychology, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA, USA
(2) HOOP TRAINING: A NOVEL TREATMENT APPROACH FOR BODY IMAGE DISTURBANCE IN ANOREXIA NERVOSA
Anouk Keizer1, Manja Engel1, Josť Bonekamp2, Annemarie van Elburg1,2. 1Utrecht University, Utrecht, Netherlands 2Rintveld Centre for Eating Disorders Altrecht, Zeist, Netherlands
(3) EARLY CHANGES IN DEPRESSIVE SYMPTOMS DURING PSYCHOLOGICAL TREATMENT PREDICT RECOVERY FROM EATING DISORDERS
Glenn Waller1, Peter Chang1, Caroline Bell2, Jaime Delgadillo1. 1University of Sheffield, Sheffield, United Kingdom 2Freed Beeches Eating Disorders Service, Worksop, United Kingdom
(4) ELEVATED REWARD REGIONS RESPONSIVITY TO THIN MODELS, BUT NOT HIGH CALORIE FOODS, PREDICTS PERSISTENCE OF EATING DISORDER SYMPTOMS: A PROSPECTIVE FMRI STUDY†
Sonja Yokum1, Eric Stice2. 1Oregon Research Institute, Eugene, OR, USA 2Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA, USA
(5) ACCOUNTABILITY IN PROMOTING DIVERSITY OF UNDERREPRESENTED POPULATIONS IN THE EATING DISORDERS FIELD
Karen Jennings Mathis1, Neha J Goel2, Amy Egbert3, Andrea K Graham4, Lauren E Breithaupt5, Kamryn T. Eddy5, Debra L Franko6. 1University of Rhode Island, South Kingston, RI, USA 2Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, USA 3Brown University, Providence, RI, USA 4Northwestern University, Chicago, IL, USA 5Harvard University, Boston, MA, USA 6Northeastern University, Boston, MA, USA
(6) COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY AND DIALECTICAL BEHAVIOR THERAPY FOR BINGE EATING DISORDER: WHAT WORKS FOR WHOM?
Mirjam W. Lammers1,2, Maartje S. Vroling1,2, Ross D. Crosby3, Tatjana van Strien2. 1GGNet-Amarum, Zutphen, Netherlands 2Radboud University, Nijmegen, Netherlands 3Sanford Center for Bio-Behavioral Research, Fargo, ND, USA